What beautiful photographs, I can never pronounce (or spell) the name of the flower but they are one of my favourites!
Good job of picture taking! Happy Pink Saturday.
Love your photos! Love your blog - i will return often!
Lovely Pink Post...Your pink Gerbera Daisy reminds me..Spring is coming!
Oh lovely art you have. Happy pink day. Thanks for the comment. Denise
Love your pictures! Have a Blessed and Happy weekend,Virginia :)
What pretty photos. that color really pops, doesn't it?Have a great Pink Saturday.
Pink has never looked so good to me. So vivid and full of life ~ well done!
Denise, same as me- I had to double check the spelling and I still got it wrong! Can't pronounce them either, but they sure are happy flowers.Thanks, Caren. Nice to meet you:)Hello, Lady Jane. Yes, thank goodness for spring. Winter has me feeling frumpy with millions of layers of sweaters. Not much longer :DThank you, Denise Elizabeth, Virginia and G. Enjoy your weekends :) Kathryn, I thought I was too "mature" for pink for a long time. I've been craving it lately. It does seem to give energy.
I loved your photos. Happy Pink Saturday and have a lovely day.
sorry i was not able to participate this pink sat...but i want to support those who were able to...see you next week!i love the eye you have!
Now those flowers boast some really pretty pink. Happy Pink Saturday. Blessings,Shelley
Very cool post!! I love the Gerber Daisy!!
Sing this:Pink, pink.I love pink.There's no substitutefor Pink.
Love your gorgeous photos!
Beautiful art! I'm loving the Gerbera daisy! Happy Pink Saturday! ~ Robyn
Hi Shayla - I really like what you have done here - what a great idea to do your writing down the middle - I love pink!
You know I have a thing for pink. I really really love it. The inspiration from your gerbera's, is truly reflecting in those pages...just wonderful. Those pencils look good too!
Thanks for visiting. How nice to meet you CC, Muse, Shelley, Sue, Joy and Robyn. Hi, Binky. A little song- Fun! :DJeane and Jo, (Binky too) I always feel a little sheepish or rebellious when 'pink' enthusiasm hits. Too many years thinking of it as an unempowering color. Still, as artists we get to reinvent the meanings behind colors ;) If you have some pink, I'd be curious to see how you handled it.
That is so beautiful! Also love the picture of the pencil shaving. :)
Happy Pink Saturday, Shayla. I've missed you.Your photographs are stunning. I love pink gerberas, too. And, your journal is gorgeous.
It's so good to see these wonderful colours!! I really needed it. (The winter is too long...)Thank you very much, Shayla!
I love the photo of the pencil shavings looking like petals!: )
i came to offer the most humble and sincere of thank yous, for your support on my 100th posting...it goes beyond words to tell you how greatly appreciated your comment is to me!
Beautiful journal pages and gerberas, such an energizing flower. Thanks for your visiting my blog.
Okay, I totally love the Prismacolor picture, I know, I'm a nerd!Judy
wonderful blast of pink..
Delicious pinks, Shayla...And love the crab apple art! Those pink pencil shavings look as delicate as any flower petals...Have fun with more pink. I took part in Beverly's Pink Saturdays for a while--great fun! Happy week, my friend ((HUGS))
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Bindu, I have to check out how your trip went! Thanks, I'm happy with how the pencil shavings turned out. Beverly, thanks. Good to 'see' you again. Yes, it's been a long time. I usually paint in golds, but the pink urge builds up after awile.Mika, oh I know. Much as I love it, winter is too long!Jane, yes! They do look like petals.Ro- we need a little enegizing around here with all the whites and blues of winter. Judy- An arty nerd? Well you couldn't be more welcome here ;)Sriam- Nice to meet you.
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